Three Democratic lawmakers questioned the White House on Wednesday over its handling of President Donald Trump’s son-in-law’s potential conflicts of interest now that he is serving as an official adviser.
Zuckerberg left the university as a sophomore to focus on his burgeoning social media site.
— The student government at the University of Texas in Austin unanimously passed a resolution in support of Jewish students on campus. The resolution passed on Tuesday came after a window was broken at the campus Hillel and following anti-Semitic posts on the UT 2020 Facebook page, the Daily Texan student newspaper reported. “Several…
“In honor of Women’s Day, two MKs, one a past pimp and the other from a party that prohibits women from contending, scolded me for wearing a dress with uncovered shoulders,” she wrote on Facebook after the incident Tuesday
A federal appeals court said billionaire Ira Rennert must pay a $213.2 million judgment after a jury found him liable for looting his now-defunct magnesium company to build one of the country’s most expensive homes, a 21-bedroom mansion in New York’s Hamptons.
— Bomb threats have been emailed to four Jewish community centers following a wave of threats that targeted 16 Jewish institutions on Tuesday. JCCs in Colorado, Delaware, Connecticut and western Canada received bomb threats via email either Tuesday night or Wednesday morning, according to local reports and Paul Goldenberg, director of the Secure Community Network, which…
A sleek new video celebrates Spencer’s controversial speech that erupted in Nazi salutes.
Senator Al Franken said Attorney General Jeff Sessions perjured himself after Franken asked him about meetings with Russians.
JERUSALEM — A bill that would limit the volume of the muezzin’s call to Muslim prayer passed its first reading in the Knesset. The so-called muezzin bill passed its first reading in the full Knesset late Tuesday night by a vote of 55 to 48. The vote came after several hours of debate that…
Pro-Israel students at Johannesburg’s University of the Witwatersrand fought back against a BDS-inspired effort to shut down a rally featuring an Arab-Israeli speaker.
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